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I just got the wheel and have rode for about 9 hours. I am a complete newb. So lets just say there have been some tumble. I tried sounding the horn yesterday and noticed it no longer works. The bluetooth speaker works and everything else seems fine. I tried from the regular app and the darknessbot app. Has anyone else had this issue?
Now I understand that the ninebot will beep when not touching the ground, and it will spin its wheel at a very high speed when its lifted off the ground... But mid-ride (Im learning here), it started beeping, I would consider it chirping actually. Like twice a second, and never ending. I continued to ride for about an hour so it definitely wasn't tied to the battery. But I couldn't get it to stop! Is there a guide somewhere to these beeps? I wish I had a better understanding of what the problem is, do you know?
Hi Everyone, I have a newb question on what the Tesla beeps mean (I saw the universal Gotway beep post and didn’t find my situation listed). I’m 185 lbs and with the Tesla battery charged to 90% and 48km tilt back(not sure what this setting exactly does), I decided I was comfortable enough to attempt high speeds for a 4 mile trip. Yes, I wore a helmet, wrist, and the fox racing forearm/elbow/triceps guards. The fox racing knee/shin guards however are too restrictive to have any control (I fell a few times months ago during the training days) so I elected to gamble my knees’ safety until the new pads arrive. As I was speeding, much faster than my normal pace (which is about a bicycle’s speed), I heard for the first time, a single beep. I panicked like anyone who had two knee surgeries would and immediately slowed down and rolled about 100 yards concerned that there was something going (there no further beeps) I decided to speed up again and the single beep returned to which I repeated the above process about 3-4 more times. Upon reaching my destination, I checked the app which indicated a top speed of 21.3 mph. I also checked the tire pressure was surprised to find that it read 26 psi (It was filled to 41 psi about a week and 50 miles ago but since it’s an electric pump maybe it isn’t as accurate. Note, on the return trip, I filled the tire to 41 psi and encounter the single beep again so my question is, if the Tesla is rated for 30mph and is the single beep just the 20 mph warning? I watched Tishawn’s speed test video and didn’t hear a beep when he hit 20mph (but that could be because of the music from video editing) and the “respect the beep” crash video just had a series of consecutive beeps before he wiped out. Thanks for your help everyone. My only guess is that it has something to do with the tilt back setting on the official iOS app. I’m using the highest 48km setting since I read that the safety mechanism that prevents you from leaning forward may also throw a beginner off balance? I’ll have to try setting it to the lowest to see what the tilt back feeling feels like.
I'm trying to understand the warning beeps on my new 84v acm. I tried disabling the first alarm - when i tested it, when i reached 30+ km/h, i heard 3 beeps. (i occasionally heard single beeps also, which i shouldn't be hearing since i disabled the first alarm in the app, right? maybe this is a bug?) But anyway, is the second alarm 2 beeps or 3 beeps? and what's the final alarm? I thought final was 3 beeps based on several youtube videos and posted messages, but then i thought i read somewhere recently that the final alarm is 5 beeps, so i'm just trying to verify what's going on. I shouldn't be anywhere near my final alarm at 30-35km/h, right? This is with 90% battery, cool afternoon, flat pavement, 170lb rider. is it 1-3-5 beeps, or 1-2-3??